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Adhesives Ingredients
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Adhesives Ingredients
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Chemically modified ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer. Used in nonhalogen, flame−retarded wire and cable compounds containing fillers. Acts as an adhesion promoter and coupling agent... view more
mMdified ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer. Used as an adhesion promoter and coupling agent for packaging industry... view more
Dyna-Tech
Solvent-free waterborne emulsion of a low softening point aromatic hydrocarbon resin. Acts as a tackifier in acrylic latexes, natural rubber/ SBR latex blends, natural rubber latex, EVA Latex and... view more
Eastman Chemical Company
Glycerol ester of gum rosin. Used in graphic arts, hot melt adhesives and solventborne adhesives. Possesses key attributes like good color stability, good oxidation resistance, low color and low... view more
Eastman Chemical Company
Hydrogenated hydrocarbon resin. Acts as tackifier. It is compatible in useful proportions with natural and synthetic rubbers, ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) copolymers, amorphous polyolefin, paraffin... view more
Eastman Chemical Company
Hydrogenated aliphatic hydrocarbon resin. Acts as a tackifier. Possesses consistent quality, very good heat stability, light color and low odor. Shows broad compatibility with numerous elastomers... view more
Eastman Chemical Company
Hydrogenated aliphatic hydrocarbon resin. Used in asphalt modification, assembly, automotive, bookbinding, building and construction, caulks and sealants, contact adhesives, hot melt adhesives... view more
Eastman Chemical Company
Hydrogenated aliphatic hydrocarbon resin. Used in asphalt modification, assembly, automotive, bookbinding, building and construction, caulks and sealants, contact adhesives, hot melt adhesives... view more
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